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[audio]10.08.13bite - Boggs
what a mess: the ice island and the flight attendant and the lawyer
Keywords: ice; flight attendant; GITMO; attorney; detainees; convictions
Downloads: 75
[movies]DDVG (comissioned film) - Joanne Ball
This film was produced to private commission for Dover Detainee Visitors Group, a small charity in Dover, UK. DDVG use the film to recruit and train volunteers.
Keywords: DDVG; detainees; asylum; volunteering; joanne; ball
Downloads: 75
[movies]Message to the families of detainees
Message to the families of detainees
Keywords: Message to the families of detainees
Downloads: 26
[audio]Mother Jones Radio 05-11-13: Torture: Where Does the U.S. Government Stand? - Mother Jones Radio
President Bush says the U.S. doesn't torture, but five Army Rangers are the latest to be charged with beating detainees. Bush says the U.S. doesn't torture, but it sounds like he wants to keep the option open for the CIA. Bush says the U.S. doesn't torture, but Republican and Democrat Senators alike are signing on to reform interrogation guidelines. This week, Mother Jones spends the whole hour finding the truth about torture and detainees...
Keywords: Mother Jones; Radio; Interview; bush; detainees; genocide; military; torture; Army; detainees; CIA; UN; genocide
Downloads: 10,400
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, August 19, 2003
UN Envoy Killed in Bomb in Iraq - Susan Wood Randi Zimmerman Speaks with Ahmed al rawi in Bagdad Hugo Chavez Recall Campaign Begins - Greg Wilpert Internet Campaign to Nix Same Sex Marriage - Mitch Jeserich RFID/Surveillance technology RFID - Kellia Ramares US DOJ Report Says 1 in 3 blacks Will Go to Prison ? Ian Forest Mass Deportation From NY (3:47) According to reports by the Coalition for the Human Rights of Immigrants, in the early hours of Tuesday morning, the Bureau of Immigration and Cus...
Keywords: detainees; immigration; india; iraq; israel; military; palestine; privacy; rights; suicide
Downloads: 238
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, April 09, 2002
? Hundreds of Palestinian Dead in Jenin Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres disputed Palestinian claims of a massacre at refugee camps in the West Bank town of Jenin. Over 100 Palestinians died in Jenin today, but Peres says Israeli troops faced fierce resistance from Palestinian militants holed up in a small pocket in the Jenin refugee camp. The Palestinian Authority has compared the casualties in Jenin to the massacre by Israeli-allied Lebanese Christian militia of hundreds of Palestinians i...
Keywords: california; detainees; elections; environment; islam; israel; lebanon; military; palestine
Downloads: 65
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, September 13, 2002
Today we feature news from Independent Media Center reporters. Reclaim the Media in Seattle - Seattle IMC (4:33) Big Radio and grassroots media makers are set for a show down this weekend in what many are touting as the second battle of Seattle. And the Seattle IMC, the first IndyMedia center to be born back in 1999 when the WTO came to their city, is stepping up the heat on big business media. Deepa Fernandes reports from the Seattle IMC...
Keywords: 9-11; argentina; detainees; immigration; islam; israel; military; palestine; rights
Downloads: 142
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, July 23, 2004
Settlements on the Rise Israeli settlements are expanding rapidly in Gazacontrasting sharply with government promises to leave the occupied territory.Laila Al-Haddad reports from Gaza. Indonesia's 'Patriot Act' Unconstitutional Indonesia's Constitutional Court today abolished the U.S. styled anti-Terrorism Law, declaring it does not match with the spirit of Indonesia's constitution. Mitch Perry for Meggy Margiono reporting from Jakarta...
Keywords: afghanistan; bush; detainees; genocide; iraq; israel; military; palestine; riots; russia
Downloads: 64
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, August 14, 2002
Mexican National to be Executed Tonight (3:52) Despite overwhelming international pressure, thirteen nations have now joined with Mexico in supporting a United States Supreme Court review of the case of Javier Suarez Medina, the state of Texas is set to execute Medina tonight. As a Mexican national, Medina's right to consular assistance during his 1989 trial was violated by Texas authorities. The Mexican government has petitioned unsuccessfully for clemency on Medina's behalf, and according to M...
Keywords: 9-11; bush; california; detainees; israel; mexico; military; palestine; scotus
Downloads: 68
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, August 05, 2002
Victims in Nablus(3:50) The United Nations General Assembly is today holding the 10th Emergency Special Assembly on the Illegal Israeli Actions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. It is a closed session with a draft resolution demanding the withdrawl of the Israeli occupying forces from Palestinian cities and stresses the need for necessary and appropriate action against violators of international humanitarian law, in particular the perpetrators of war crimes...
Keywords: 9-11; UN; bush; detainees; elections; environment; israel; palestine
Downloads: 104
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, January 24, 2002
Arthur Anderson Auditor Takes the Fifth On the eve of the first set of Congressional hearings into the collapse of the 7th largest company in America, ENRON?s chief executive Kenneth Lay resigned. Just one day before his resignation, Federal agents stationed themselves in Enron?s Houston corporate offices to examine allegations that the energy trading giant also illegally shredded key corporate documents...
Keywords: 9-11; death penalty; detainees; immigration; military; rights; scotus; washington
Downloads: 20
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, June 15, 2005
Features Senate Judiciary Committee Considers Guantanamo Bay Prisoner Rights (4:10) A military lawyer appointed to represent a Guantanamo Bay detainee testified in Congress today that his client was forced to plead guilty to an unspecified war crime in order to see a lawyer. The testimony came as the Senate Judiciary Committee held an open hearing on whether detainees being held at Guantanamo Bay are being afforded their rights to due process...
Keywords: attorney general; birthday; detainees; environment; military; saddam hussein; washington
Downloads: 885
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, May 21, 2004
Israeli Army Says it is Pulling Back from Rafah The Israeli military is partially pulling back from its incursion into Rafah. More from the International Middle East Media Center in Bethlehem. US Military Personnel Exempt from Criminal Court Bush administration diplomats are moving forward to extend the exemption of U.S. military personnel from prosecution in the International Criminal Court. Haider Rizvi reports from the United Nations...
Keywords: UN; bush; detainees; india; iraq; israel; military; riots
Downloads: 151
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, March 08, 2004
9 days after Haitian president Jean Bertrand Aristide was removed by what says was a coup orchestrated by the US government., violence continues in Haiti. This weekend, at least 6 people were killed by gunmen opposed to Aristide during a demonstration in support if Aristides return to the country. Sylvo Juste reports from Haiti. Today, Jean Bertrand Aristide spoke with Amy Goodman on Democracy NOW across the Pacifica network...
Keywords: afghanistan; detainees; india; iraq; kurds; military; rights; washington
Downloads: 172
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, August 12, 2003
Mass Deportation Planned According to a report released yesterday by the Coalition for the Human Rights of Immigrants, the Department of Homeland Security immigration enforcement arm ? the BICEor Bureau of Immigrations and Customs Enforcement is set to deport as many as 100 Middle Eastern detainees from Buffalo, New York as soon as tomorrow morning. Although FSRN could not confirm through the Department of Homeland Security or BICE that a deportation was occurring - critics of post 911 immigrati...
Keywords: 9-11; bush; death penalty; detainees; environment; immigration; korea; military; rights; washington
Downloads: 958
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, March 31, 2005
Resistance to Bolton Nomination Growing George W. Bush?s nomination for the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations is facing growing resistance.For the first time, Senate Democrats on the Foreign Relations committee may unite and vote against a diplomatic nominee, in this case, John Bolton.If any Republicans join in, the nomination will be rejected.Human rights and disarmament activists are heavily targeting moderate Republicans on the committee like Lincoln Chaffee of Rhode Island, Chuck Ha...
Keywords: UN; afghanistan; bush; democratic party; detainees; elections; india; iraq; military; protest; rights; washington; wolfowitz
Downloads: 138
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, October 31, 2002
Sharon's Government Collapses (4:14) Israel's nineteen month old coalition government fell apart today with the withdrawal of the Labour party and the resignation of key Labour ministers. Irris Makler in Jerusalem looks ahead -- to the impact of the collapse of the government on Israeli politics and the wider regional conflict. Ecuador protests FTAA(2:40) Today, thousands march in Quito, the capital of Ecuador, where business leaders and trade ministers from North and South America met this week...
Keywords: 9-11; EU; detainees; elections; environment; ethnic; individuality; israel; rebellion; russia; south africa; unions
Downloads: 212
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, January 23, 2002
Rumsfeld: "Sunny Guantanamo Bay" Means Humane Treatment for Taliban (3:29) US military officials say they are suspending transfers of prisoners from Afghanistan to the US Navy base at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba.They say this is to allow detention facilities to be added and upgraded. The decision comes amid growing international criticism of the conditions under which al-Qaeda and Taleban suspects are being held at the base...
Keywords: 9-11; afghanistan; al-qaeda; detainees; immigration; india; islam; military; pakistan; rights; rumsfeld
Downloads: 135
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, February 11, 2005
US Refuses to Meet with North Korea on Nuclear Program The U.S. today announced its refusal to meet in bilateral talks with North Korea on the country?s nuclear weapons program. This comes after North Korea announced yesterday it was pulling out of six party talks aimed at disarming the country. The US, China, South Korea, Japan, and Russia have already met in three rounds of negotiations. North Korea said it has nuclear weapons to defend themselves against a hostile white house...
Keywords: EU; china; detainees; immigration; iran; iraq; japan; korea; mexico; military; nigeria; nuclear weapons; rights; russia; washington
Downloads: 148
[audio]Mother Jones Radio 05-10-02: A Few Bad Apples? Detainee Abuse in Iraq - Mother Jones Radio
Is detainee abuse committed by a handful of soldiers, or is it a widespread problem in the military? Some military insiders say it's commonplace, and have gone public with the help of Human Rights Watch. We talk to HRW's senior military analyst, Marc Garlasco, who before 2003 spent seven years at the Pentagon as an intelligence analyst. Garlasco tells the story of three army officers who witnessed prisoner abuse, including the breaking of a detainee's legs with a baseball bat...
Keywords: Mother Jones; Radio; Interview; detainees; military; pentagon; rights; scotus; torture; John Roberts; Supreme Court
Downloads: 6,534
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, April 04, 2005
Suspect Killed in Police Custody San Francisco police killed a 26-year-old suspect in their custody while he was restrained in what is known as a ?body wrap.? Lisa Wu reports from KPFA in Berkeley. Bombs in Thailand A series of four bombs exploded in Thailand over the past two days.From Bangkok Doualy Xaykaothao (dwa-hlee sigh-cow-tao) reports. Oil Prices Oil prices hit new records on trading floors around the world today leading to more and greater corporate profits at huge costs to most everyo...
Keywords: brazil; bush; california; detainees; elections; iraq; military; nicaragua; oil; south africa; suicide; unions
Downloads: 75
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, August 03, 2005
Army officers in the Western Africancountry of Mauritania, claim to have overthrown the government ofpresident Maaouiya Ould Sid Ahmed Taya and announced the creation of aruling military council. Joshua Kyalimpa reports. International groups put the total number if Iraq deaths since theinvasion in 2003 to at least 25,000.Today has been one of the deadliestdays for the United States in Iraq.Salam Talib has more...
Keywords: EU; NSA; WTO; bush; california; detainees; elections; environment; iraq; jihad; military; palestine; pentagon; washington
Downloads: 557
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, June 03, 2004
President Bush admitted he has interviewed a personal lawyer to represent him in the investigation trying to find the person in his administration who leaked the name of a CIA agent. Kellia Ramares has more. Mortar shells were launched at and exploded near the Italian embassy in Baghdad today. One Iraqi was killed and three injured. No Italians were hurt. The Italian embassy has been attacked several times in the last few months...
Keywords: 9-11; bush; california; democratic party; detainees; elections; iran; iraq; kurds; lebanon; military; oil; pentagon; turkey
Downloads: 981
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, July 15, 2002
CEO?s the Winners in Corporate Crime Scandals High-level corporate crime continues to be exposed. Newsweek today published an extensive interview with current Halliburton CEO David Lessar on the vice president's role in the controversy at the oil services company. Lessar defended the firm's bookkeeping and said that former CEO Dick Cheney was aware of the firm's accounting methods. Meanwhile, The San Francisco Chronicle reported Saturday that Larry Thompson, the man President Bush tapped to lead...
Keywords: 9-11; NSA; bush; california; capitalism; cheney; detainees; elections; halliburton; immigration; islam; israel; mexico; oil; palestine
Downloads: 877
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, September 05, 2002
Arab States Say No to Iraq Attack Arab states meeting in Cairo today say they are united against a U.S. war against Iraq. Foreign ministers of the Arab League say attacking Iraq would"open the gates of hell in the Middle East."Back in the U.S., President Bush pressed on, taking his case for war to the American people. Meanwhile, a newly-discovered memo from Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has critics of American foreign policy wondering about the Administration's motivation.And some in Congres...
Keywords: 9-11; NATO; UN; afghanistan; bush; detainees; disease; ethnic; iraq; louisiana; military; rights; rumsfeld; washington
Downloads: 61
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, December 05, 2001
WOMEN AND THE NEW AFGHAN GOVERNMENT 4:14 The Afghan Women?s Peace Summit in Brussells is now underway.A colaition fo Wommens groups form around the world and A group of about 50 Afghan Wommen are at the meeitng calling for womens rights and full participation in the new governemnt that is being formed.FSRN?s Charles Michael Ray has this story from Brussells. SHARING POWER HARD INSIDE AFGHANISTAN 3:35 Delegates from four Afghan factions have signed an agreement on a transitional government to run...
Keywords: afghanistan; attorney general; bush; detainees; elections; hamas; israel; military; palestine; rights; riots; suicide
Downloads: 161
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, May 05, 2004
Protests at the Gates of Abu Ghraib Prison(4:36) You?re listening to sound of protesters today at the gates of Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. The protest come as Iraq's US appointed Human Rights minister resigned in protest over the abuses of Iraqi detainees by US soldiers and prison guards. Abdul-Basat al-Turki told al-Jazeera that he had complained in December about human rights violations by Americans to the top US administrator Paul Bremer...
Keywords: NATO; adulthood; democratic party; detainees; elections; halliburton; immigration; india; iraq; mexico; military; protest; rights; washington
Downloads: 109
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, June 23, 2004
The Bush Administration has suffered a diplomatic defeat in its efforts to shield U.S. servicemen and others from the reach of the International Criminal Court. Susan Wood reports from the United Nations. Today, the Congressional Black Caucus called on the U.S. government to do more to stop the genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan. Allison Koler reports from D.C. 10 Palestinian groups are objecting to the latest proposal that would place Egypt and Jordan security forces in Palestine.Laila al-H...
Keywords: UN; bush; california; china; detainees; disease; environment; genocide; india; japan; kennedy; korea; palestine; pentagon; russia; torture
Downloads: 513
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, February 25, 2004
Israeli Barrier Argument Ends at the Hague Arab and Muslim nations urged the International Court of Justice today to deliver a decisive verdict against Israel's separation barrier in the West Bank. Geraldine Coughlan reports from The Hague. GMOs Contaminate Seeds The Union of Concerned Scientists released a study finding genetically engineered DNA is contaminating traditional seeds of three major U.S...
Keywords: 9-11; bush; california; democratic party; detainees; elections; islam; israel; rights; riots; washington
Downloads: 318
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, October 14, 2004
Financial strategists around the world are concerned that today?s economic news may indicate a much weaker U.S. economy than previously thought. The U.S. trade deficit is at its second highest in history, mostly due the purchase of foreign oil at ever rising prices. Combined with non-oil imports, the trade deficit is even larger than predicted by U.S. Commerce Department officials. Last year?s trade deficit is the highest in history to date...
Keywords: EU; NATO; afghanistan; bush; detainees; elections; ethnic; john kerry; nigeria; oil; whistleblower
Downloads: 214
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, October 20, 2003
BOMBING CONTINUES NEAR GAZA -- MOHAMMED GHALAYINI Isaeli airstrikes continue in the occupied Territories - Moahmmed Ghalayini reports from Gaza. CALIFORNIA STRIKES CONTINUE -- TERESA WIERZBIANSKA Over 70,000 grocery workers in Southern California continue to strike in defense of their health and pension benefits while the Los Angeles public transportation system remains locked out as transit workers hit the picket line for the second week today...
Keywords: afghanistan; bush; california; detainees; iraq; islam; korea; military; palestine; pentagon; rights; scotus; south africa; washington
Downloads: 188
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, May 03, 2004
Note the last story was read by the Headlines Editor for the 1st and 2nd feeds. The death penalty may be back on the books in Massachusetts. A commission appointed by Republican Governor Mitt Romney today offered what they call a ?foolproof? formula for carrying out state sponsored executions. In their report they recommend that the death penalty only be used for what they call ?the worst of the worst murders? like torture murders, murders of multiple victims and murders of police officers...
Keywords: argentina; bush; death penalty; detainees; elections; iraq; islam; israel; medicare; mexico; military; palestine; pentagon; torture; wiretaps
Downloads: 61
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, July 02, 2002
Just the headlines are up here (there was a mix up in the headlines on the first KU feed, we fed yesterday's headlines by mistake, the refeeds (at 4:45, 5:30 and 6pm EDT) will be correct. And, of course, the MP3s and the Real Audio files are correct too.) US Bombs Wedding Party in Afghanistan(1:57) According to the London Independent and other news sources, US forces dropped a B-52 bomb on an Afghan wedding party early yesterday.Reports vary, but it appears that the US attack came in response to...
Keywords: afghanistan; death penalty; detainees; environment; immigration; israel; mexico; military; palestine; rumsfeld; torture
Downloads: 217
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, September 09, 2004
Hurricane Ivan Leaves Grenada Heads for Jamaica Hurricane Ivan is being blamed for the death of 16 people in Grenada.Almost 30 people?s deaths and dozens of injuries are being attributed to the storm from Tobago to as far south as Venezuela.The island nation of Grenada, populated by 90-thousand reportedly has been 85 percent destroyed. According to the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Response Agency, all utilities, water and electricity, have been knocked out.Limited communications have been restor...
Keywords: attorney general; bush; california; detainees; disease; france; highschool; hurricane; military; palestine; pentagon; rights; scotus; washington
Downloads: 426
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, February 19, 2002
Bush Goes Just South of "Axis of Evil" (3:52) President George W Bush arrived in South Korea today welcomed by angry demontrators protesting his references to North Korea as part of an "axis of evil". Police scuffled with protesters outside a military airport on the outskirts of Seoul, and there were demonstrations in other cities as well. One sign at a protest on the southern outskirts of Seoul read "Bush is the axis of evil"...
Keywords: afghanistan; argentina; bush; detainees; epidemic; korea; military; protest; rebellion; rights; scotus
Downloads: 189
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, December 12, 2002
Women on Election Day in Gujarat As we reported in the headlines, today was Election Day in the Indian state of Gujarat. Exit polls after the polling booths closed tonight gave the BJP a slight edge over the Congress party. The watershed race between the Hindu nationalist BJP and the secular Congress party is set to shape the future of the BJP, which leads India's national coalition government. Since anti-Muslim violence shook the BJP-led state nine months ago, Gujarat has struggled to return to...
Keywords: bush; detainees; elections; india; iran; iraq; islam; kennedy; korea; mexico; nuclear power; oil; turkey; unions
Downloads: 141
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, July 21, 2003
Escalating violence in Liberia -- Sam Olukoya Annan asks Secuirty Council to endorse interim Iraqi Council -- Susan Wood Former Guantanamo detainee intends to sue US - Masror Hausen Justice Dept reports says employees violated civil rights of Patriot Act detainees -- Karen Engle Bush Calls for More International Presence in Iraq (3:47) Today another US soldier was killed along with an Iraqi interpreter, bringing the total number of US military deaths in Iraq to 38 since President Bush declared M...
Keywords: USSR; bush; communism; detainees; iraq; korea; mexico; military; palestine; rights; riots; saddam hussein; uranium
Downloads: 310
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, May 14, 2004
Cubans Protest Bush Cuba Policies Today, a reported one million Cubans marched in rallies organized by the Castro government proclaiming their objections to new policies passed down by the Bush administration against the island nation. Joseph Mutti reports from the demonstrations in Cuba. Cuba UN Rep. Defends Socialist State Cuba?s United Nations representative said Cuba will defend its socialist state no matter what the United States government threatens...
Keywords: UN; bush; california; detainees; elections; india; iraq; military; missile defense; scotus; washington
Downloads: 905
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, June 09, 2004
Features White House Judicial Nominee Oversaw DOJ Memo on Torture (4:20) The Wall St. Journal reported on Monday that the Pentagon's top civilian lawyer, William Haynes, is the person in charge of a team of lawyers that created a memo suggesting that President Bush did not have to abide by international and domestic anti-torture laws when security is at risk. William Haynes is also President Bush's judicial nominee for the 4th Circuit court of appeals in Virginia, which commonly hears anti terro...
Keywords: NATO; bush; detainees; disease; environment; france; iraq; kurds; pentagon; rebellion; torture
Downloads: 79
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, December 21, 2004
Demos Planned for Bush Inaugeration This morning the DC Resistance Media Collective announced that like grassroots organizers fighting against electoral fraud in Ukraine, the Philippines, and Haiti, there will be large-scale demonstrations leading up to the inauguration of George W. Bush on January 20th.Ingrid Drake was there. Dow Research Trumps EPA Ban The Environmental Protection Agency may allow chemical giant Dow to continue producing a pesticide for three more years and ignore a ban on the...
Keywords: EU; UN; argentina; brazil; bush; california; detainees; elections; environment; genocide; military; rebellion; rights; uranium; washington
Downloads: 217
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, August 11, 2004
Middle East Update A bomb exploded between two Israeli army checkpoints today on a busy transit route outside Jerusalem in the first such attack in six months. Two Palestinians were killed and 19 people were injured. The al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade claimed responsibility and apologized for the Palestinian casualties saying their target was Israeli soldiers and police. Also today ? The European Union announced their second aid package this year to thousands of Palestinians whose homes were demolished...
Keywords: 9-11; EU; UN; afghanistan; al-qaeda; detainees; immigration; india; iraq; israel; military; palestine; rights; torture
Downloads: 60
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, December 07, 2004
OH Recount The push for a recount in Ohio continues today. Evan Davis reports from Columbus. Peace Activists Protest Israeli Wall Today 41 Israeli activists were arrested in the occupied West Bank during their protest against the building of the separation wall on Palestinian land. Jenka Soderberg reports from the West Bank. New Afghan President Hamid Karzai, Afghanistan?s first elected president, was sworn in today at a tightly guarded inauguration ceremony in Kabul...
Keywords: NATO; afghanistan; bush; detainees; elections; france; iraq; israel; military; palestine; pentagon
Downloads: 121
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, July 07, 2003
President Bush's Head Start Policy Act-Up Protests at the White House Housing Activists Demonstrate in Montreal Turkish Troops are Freed Military Tribunal Trials Announced The White House announced Friday the first 6 designations of Guantanamo detainees to go before a military tribunal. While the Administration did not release names of those designated for military trials, they were obliged to inform the home governments, and today the British government raised ?strong objections? to the US use ...
Keywords: bush; detainees; environment; iraq; israel; military; nigeria; oil; palestine; rights; south africa
Downloads: 872
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, December 07, 2001
ARAFAT CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE 3:28 Thousands of Paliestinan protesters turned out in the West Bank today to protest Yasser Arafat's Palestian Authority, which has rounded up close to 200 militants in the last week.Today's protests in Ramallah follow demonstrations in Gaza at the home of Hamas spiritual leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, who Arafat on Wednesday put under house arrest..... But while Arafat's actions have been too severe for many Palestinians, they haven't been strong enough for Israeli Pri...
Keywords: 9-11; afghanistan; detainees; hamas; india; iran; islam; israel; pakistan; palestine; protest; rights; riots
Downloads: 1,005
[audio]Free Speech Radio News - Thursday, October 11, 2001
CIVILIANS DEAD IN AFGHANISTAN 0:31 Taliban leaders said today US war-planes killed 100 civilians in a village. Taliban Ambassador to Pakistan Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef added 15 people died when a mosque was bombed near the eastern city of Jalalabad. Correspondent Fabrina Nawa is in Islamabaad. BUSH VS. THE TALIBAN 2:35 There was no immediate comment on the Taliban's death charges from the United States...
Keywords: 9-11; afghanistan; attorney general; bush; california; censorship; detainees; islam; military; pakistan; rights; scotus; washington
Downloads: 932
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, February 25, 2002
Civil Rights Advocates Ask OAS for Help Critics of the government's treatment of accused Al-Qaeda and Taliban detainees have taken their legal fight to a new venue. Human rights lawyers filed a pettition with the Organization of American States today requesting prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba be given Prisoner of War status. Joshua Chaffin reports from Washington. Mentally Ill Minor to Be Executed in Georgia? From Atlanta, Correspondent Dave Lippman takes a look at the case of death row inmate...
Keywords: EU; afghanistan; al-qaeda; bill clinton; detainees; india; pakistan; rights; washington
Downloads: 86
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, June 25, 2002
Palestinians React to Bush Speech(4:47) Israeli soldiers stormed the Palestinian headquarters in the city of Hebron early this morning, occupying the seventh of eight main West Bank centers. Four Palestinian policemen were killed. The attack came as Israeli and Palestinian leaders expressed widely divergent views on a Mideast policy speech delivered yesterday by President Bush. Kata Mester reports from Ramallah...
Keywords: NATO; afghanistan; al-qaeda; bush; detainees; israel; palestine; protest; rights; riots
Downloads: 107
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, March 25, 2003
War Carnage Over the last day fighting has turned gruesome in Iraq, FSRN Correspondent Gareth Schweitzer just filed this report from near Najab in Iraq. Official War Spin Continues Meanwhile, the Pentagon and the President have been in overdrive today telling the American people and the world that the war may take longer than expected, but they will be victorious. Ian Forest has been following the story...
Keywords: UN; bush; detainees; drug war; iraq; mexico; military; oil; pentagon; rights
Downloads: 117
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, June 21, 2004
A U.S. military judge said that if George W. Bush demolishes the Abu Ghraib prison as he has stated publicly, the President will be destroying a crime scene.Colonel James Pohl made the statement at a pretrial hearing of U.S. soldiers charged with abusing Iraqi prisoners.And, more evidence implicates British soldiers with abusing Iraqis.Naomi Fowler reports from London. Connecticut Governor John Rowland is scheduled to resign at 6PM eastern time, under the shadow of impeachment hearings.Melinda T...
Keywords: UN; al-qaeda; bush; california; detainees; iraq; military; scotus; south africa
Downloads: 247
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, April 13, 2004
Today the French foreign ministry confirmed that a French journalist has been taken hostage in Iraq. To date, 40 people from 12 nations are being held hostage there. A spokesperson for the U.S. installed governing coalition said the F-B-I is now working to find the hostage takers and the hostages. Also today, the United Nations Secretary General came close to an all out refusal to send staff to Iraq...
Keywords: 9-11; NATO; UN; bush; detainees; environment; india; iraq; islam; oil; palestine; rights; scotus
Downloads: 126
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